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a dark fiscal cliff. a new government report warning is an increase in texa taxes wod crush the middle-class spending. the dow down 70 points. it seems republicans are changing their tune on taxes. i don't know. lou dobbs with us as more congressional leaders break from the antitax pledge. and two years after the signs in cairo they look the same. mohamed morsi moves for absolute power sparking violent clashes in the streets between his supporters and opponents. but first, it is time to check stocks as would every 15 minutes, let's head to the floor of the new york stock exchange. nicole, the market is down and out on the fiscal cliff. i'm afraid. nicole: there's a lot going on on wall street. selling across the board, down 72-point at the lowest .12900, so about 40 points off of the earlier lows, however we are seeing selling from sector to sector with its banks or drugs or retail. the areas that have been pretty good our technology, semi conductors holding on, utilities giving it a go after selling off on concerns of the fiscal cliff of his utilities is a group that paid h
anything to avoid it. i'm referring to the so-called fiscal cliff. you may have heard about it. it's the simultaneous convergence of tax increases and spending cuts designed to pressure lawmakers accepting other negotiated deficit reduction changes. it includes expiration of the bush era tax cuts that would effect everyone. expiration of the tax cut around for years can be called a tax increase. the nonpartisan budget office would bring in $1 trillion in ten years. on tap, 1.2 trillion in spending cuts for ten years. $100 billion in first year. half to defense programs. half to nondefense. cbo says going off the cliff would lead to a recession next year. we have fox team coverage tonight. ed henry is trying to read tea leaves on a day of mixed signals from all sides but we begin with mike emanuel on the possibility that g.o.p. lawmakers may put their oath of office above a promise to antitax increase organizer. good evening. >> good evening. the republican sources say they are offering a balanced approach of significant spending cuts and some revenue without boosting tax rates. >>
is that we get a fix for the fiscal cliff maybe early january, maybe we go over the cliff for a couple days. and i think the political pressure then to fix it would be intense because of the amt shock. normally 4.5 million pay pay alternative minimum taxes. if we didn't fix this on the 2012 income, what's due in 2013 will be additional taxes of several thousand dollars by an extra 28 million households. 33 million instead of 4.5 million on 2012 taxes. if you're going to file your tax return in january and you expect a refind, if you're in the 75,000 to 300,000 income bracket, forget about it if they don't fix that amt. so i think senators will get calls from a good portion of 28 billion households saying what are you doing raising my taxes. i never withheld. are you going to penalize me because you didn't fix what you fix every year? i think that amt shock is going to drive -- if we go over the fiscal cliff, it will drive a very, very fast fix. but then we'll just have a small bargain later this year. there's not going to be a grand war bargain. >> that could be the worst case scenario is j
. congressional leaders are hoping to hammer out a deal to avoid the fiscal cliff. it is clear that the lawmakers are strug struggling to find a common ground. but some are saying there is a compromise. >> the stock market rallied amidst the talk of a possible deal being made. but independent senator joe lieberman is saying there is no done deal. he says, if congress does nothing, which they have gotten pretty good at, we will go over the fiscal cliff. the republicans have conceded that the government needs to find new ways to take in more money and now the fight is centered on where to get it from. >> i would be very much opposed to raising tax rates. but i believe we can change loopholes. >> i want entitlement reforms. democracies promise to cut spending. we never cut spending. i am looking for revenue for entitlement reform. >> reporter: senator graham says age adjustment and means testing for medicare and social security is a reasonable thing. but illinois democratic senator dick durbin doesn't want to touch social security. he thinks the new revenue should come from an increase on the tax ra
busy over the weekend. talking about the fiscal cliff. everyone comes back to work . wonder if they will get to work and cut the deals. republicans made it clear they are willing to budge when it comes to the 20 year pledge not to raise taxes that glover norquist had everyone sign before they took office. >> steve: grover norquist has hundreds of republicans to do that. clearly with the fiscal cliff comment and automatic spending cuts and taxes go up on everybody. something has to be done. the feeling is that it will happen two now. republicans have beenadament and said we can't raise taxes on anybody. and glover norquist said as long as you don't raise tax rates that is okay. and lindsay graham on that. >> i agree we shouldn't raise rates but i think grover is wrong to cap and buy down debt. what do you do with the money and i will violate the pledge for the good of the country only if the democrats do entitlement reform. >> gretchen: i think the pledge thing is good and bad. if you are a republican and believe that raising taxes is the wrong they think that and fine. but h
and congress finally see eye to eye on the fiscal cliff? we're just over 24024-inch hours from the start of bargaining time. >>> plus -- >> push one of my kids and i will stab you. >> the crowds are rowdy, rough, and downright rude, and the holiday season has only just begun. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> it is sunday, november 25th. good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. overnight protesters clashed with security forces. this was the scene in. cnn's reza sayah is live this morning. how far are they actually spreading now? >> randi, the protests seem to be spreading. according to the interior ministry starting last night and continuing on to terrell morning hours, there were protests, demonstrations in the northern city. according to the government officials, they tried to attack the offices of the muslim breerhood and that's when you had clashes between the muslim brotherhood and their supporters and anti-mohamed morsi protesters. there were a number of injuries there. also reports of demonstrations in the city of as yut. i'm going to carefully step aside and have a live lo
's good. thank you for that, dylan. >>> let's go to front-page politics. the fiscal cliff negotiations are set to take place this week. in washington today, we heard both sides staking out their positions. here's democratic senator carl levin on "meet the press." >> the key is whether the republicans will move away from the rigid position which has been the grover norquist pledge that they signed that they will not go away for additional revenues. >> the gop rejecting the decade-old pledge. here's what norquist said about cham bliss. >> the commitment that he made to the people of georgia was not to me. it was to the people of georgia that he would go to washington to reduce government spending and reform government, not raise taxes. if he wants to change his mind and become a tax increaser so we don't have to reform government, he needs to have that conversation with the people of georgia. >>> >> and new today, congressman peter king on the controversy. >> i agree with chambliss. if i were in congress in 1941, i would have signed al declaration of war against japan. i'm not going to d
the fiscal cliff could cost the economy, the equivalent of four times what shoppers spent over black friday weekend. >> tom: i'm tom hudson. it's cyber monday, and shoppers are online, and spending; they'll shell out an estimated $1.5 billion online today. >> susie: and change comes to the nation's top securities regulator: mary schapiro is stepping down. we look at what's next for the securities and exchange commission, and its new leader. >> tom: that and more tonight on "n.b.r."! >> susie: americans were back at work today after a long holiday weekend, but returned to the same worries about the fiscal cliff. and a new report from the white house added to the worries, showing that unless there's a deal on solving the crisis, the u.s. economy would suffer big time. the obama administration's economists estimate consumers would spend about $200 billion less next year than they would have otherwise. congress and the administration have only a few more weeks to nail down a deal. but that deal will have to address some tough issues, including entitlement reform. darren gersh explains. >> repor
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phenomenon. and many will be mourning the larry mag man. and the taxing fiscal cliff. corvers are staying that republicaning are folding under pressure. steve forbes joins us. and the miracle on worthington street. and a massive explosion rocks a massachusetts. and all on america's news head quarters, don't go away. with verizon. hurry in this saturday and sunday for great deals. likehe lucid by lg, free. or the galaxy nexus by samsung, free. this weekend, get the best deals on the best devices on the best network. exclusively at verizon. >> welcome back. later today investigators are assessing the damage done to buildings near a strip club that exploded yesterday. a national gas explosion leveled the building. 18 people were injured there and first responders had evacuated the building when it exploded. listen up. there is a way law makers can avoid the fiscal cliff. the answer is going to require compromise and may include three tread words. some tax indreeses. if president obama want to go back to the clinton era. he needs to follow president obama's lead that included deregulation and
return to capitol hill tomorrow to try to work on a deal to avoid that fiscal cliff you've heard about a time or two. >> clayton: yeah, peter doocy live in washington this morning with the latest on where these negotiations stand and we can expect, i guess, tomorrow, peter, they get back to work after thanksgiving? >> reporter: that's right, clayton, so far just one meeting we know about the small, but bipartisan group of lawmakers trying to speteer the country away from the fiscal cliff and represent their parties. right after the bat after the first meeting speaker boehner told us he's ready to agree to new revenue in a deal, but the deal needs to be balanced. >> to show to your seriousness we've put revenue on the table, as long as it's accompanied by significant spending cuts. and while we're going to continue that revenue on the table. it's going to be incumbent for my colleagues to show the american people that we're serious about cutting spending and solving our fiscal dilemma. >> democrats, obviously, control the white house and the senate, but they still need the republican-le
. they are at the heart of the negotiations over the fiscal cliff. democrats want to raise them for the wealthy. republicans say no. >> now one leading republican may be breaking ranks. georgia senator saxby chambliss now says a no tax pledge signed by most republicans is standing in the way of getting a deal done. >> times have changed significantly. i care more about this country than i do about a 20-year-old pledge. i think we owe the debt and we've got figure out a way to pay it. >> specifically, chambliss was talking about grover norquist and his group americans for tax reform. they put out that no tax pledge. norquist talked about it on cnn's situation room". >> the commitment he made to the people of georgia was not to me. it was a written commitment to the people of georgia that he would go to washington to reduce government spending and reform government, not raise taxes. if he wants to change his mind and become a tax increaser, so we don't have to reform government, he needs to have that conversation with the people of georgia. >> there are 38 days left till we reach the fiscal cliff
to debate so called fiscal cliff. your bloomberg silicon valley index a little higher. the new york man who claims to own part of facebook has been indicted for wire and mail fraud. he was arrestedézpk last month accused of0l"ty faking e mails m mark zuckerberg and fabricating other evidence to bolster claims he owns part of the social network. the lawsuit is spill(b stil pending. back to you. >> thank you. >> sandhya patel is here with weather. the last day or two, nice weather. >> enjoy it while it's lasts, right? we've had fog around tomorrow, more fog in the morning. mostly dry, then, storms move n we'll be talking about three storms when taking you outside. we're looking at fog. you can see high clouds moving in up above. let's check out live doppler 7 hd.ác@Ñ fog lifted a lit. -- bit. it hasn't cleared out. it's going to be likely dense again in patches roont. temperatures into 50s along the coast. 60 as cross the bay area. areas of fog overnight, wet, windy starting wednesday, more storms going into the weekend. three storms coming our way. tomorrow morning watch out for valley fo
to the same worries about the fiscal cliff. and a new report from the white house added to the worries, showing that unless there's a deal on solving the crisis, the u.s. economy would suffer big time. the obama administration's economists estimate consumers would spend about $200 billion less next year than they would have otherwise. congress and the administration have only a few more weeks to nail down a deal. but that deal will have to address some tough issues, including entitlement reform. darren gersh explains. >> reporter: the big money in entitlements is in health care, and that means any grand bargain to avoid the fiscal cliff will slice away at one of the nation's most popular programs. >> medicare is clearly in the gunsights. >> reporter: it's possible congress and the president could agree to save $300 to $400 billion from medicare by cutting fees for doctors and hospitals. but analysts worry slashing payments won't make the health care system more efficient. >> this is not really a way to structurally change medicare and if you don't change the underlying incentives, you
to the fiscal cliff. this coming to us from our partners at the "wall street journal" this hour. connell: the discussion about whether or not to raise taxes. some talking about abandoning their pledge. we spoke earlier with grover norquist. >> for the last 20 years, they have all kept the pledge. just me, the pledge, however, in the tax issue are very, very powerful. connell: do you think they will keep it again? >> i think they will keep it again. connell: that brings us to the judge. judge andrew napolitano. >> my thoughts are that some republicans will cave and break their vow not to raise taxes and they will suffer the fate of george bush that did not have a second term because he broke his vow. they may think they may get reelected without the republican base, they can probably not get renominated without the republican base. they will be inviting primary challenges. in terms of the lawfulness, this is a public pledge. it is political not legal. the people who work for the government are permitted to do so in the government name. i am laughing as i say it. it is true. i am laughing
.s., congress returns from a thanksgiving break he with talks to resolve the fiscal cliff. with no action by lawmakers and president obama, around 600 billion in tax hikes a and spending cuts would take effect in january. republicans and democrats are still in odds over the cause to raise taxes on the wealthiest and cutting on programs like medicare. but both sides saying they're willing to compromise. >> you have to raise additional revenues. there are ways of doing that. >> republicans always put revenue on the table. democrats always promise to cut spending. we never cut spending. what i'm looking for is more revenue for entitlement reform. >> the house speaker has called for a short term fix to overt the fiscal cliff so congress can work on a bigger deal in 2013. they naed to cut out a package that includes revenue hikes and spending cuts by the end of the year. >> americans have been out shopping early and often. almost 140 million kmers hit the stores or shopped online between thursday and sunday. that's up 6% from last year. >> almost a quarter billion shoppers will have been onlin
that should be pursued in context of the fiscal cliff. the train is rolling and i think it's nice to see even some republicans now eventually realizing that taxes in particular tax fairness, does need to be a substantial part of this fiscal debate. >> but you just skated around my question, which is that if you're going to have real tax reform, almost every economist says the middle class is going to pay more, too. how are democrats going to handle that? >> i think the first thing you need to do is make sure the higher income households pay their share. comprehensive tax reform, where we can broaden the base and make sure we are both getting the revenue we need, but at the same time, the progressiveivity we need to make sure the middle class are still strong. the first step, the last decade, average family is not getting any type of raise when adjusted for inflation and you've seen the income of the highest income americans skyrocket. so the first thing we need to do is solve that problem, then we can have a broader conversation. >> everybody in the world will vote for a tax for the other guy
waiting and watching to see if our officials can keep us from going over the so-called fiscal cliff, more specifically, that's a series of tax increases and spending cuts together set to go into effect on new year's day if they cannot agree on a budget before then. president obama and congressional leaders have been talking and possibly to come this week. it's november 26th. they don't have a lot of time. peter doocy with the news from washington. >> harris, republicans and democrats alike think that closing loopholes to raise revenue is a good idea. republicans are resisting the idea that inleasing tax rates on the wealthy will steer the country away from the fiscal cliff even though suspects insist it will. >> i would be very much opposed to raising tax rates, but i believe that we can close a lot of lop holes. >> they have to go up, real or effective tax rates, there are ways of doing this and secondly, we have to gross loopholes. >> lindsey graham is okay with new revenue and willing to cap deductions to get it, but only if democrats agree to reform entitlements like social security a
there between as we face a fiscal cliff, how we think about what our citizens. i love this, is labor a cost to be minimized or the workers that we maximize. it's the same sort of questions. do we invest in health care, education because our citizens are our great american resource or do we think let's spend as little as possible and leave people as out there as they can. >> whoever realizes and -- >> whoever gets this. >> and realizes this and the bad press and people can go with wallets or say i choose to shop someplace else. somebody says i'm going to treat my people great, they're part of the advertising campaign. this is a great moment. i always keep bringing it back to good business practices. >> when we come back, talk a little bit about black friday. are we in the red? more after that. [ man ] ring ring... progresso this reduced sodium soup says it may help lower cholesterol, how does it work? you just have to eat it as part of your heart healthy diet. step 1. eat the soup. all those veggies and beans, that's what may help lower your cholesterol and -- well that's easy [ male announc
's on the table though for the fiscal cliff to be eliminated or to be capped. >> gregg: it could go away january. it could be capped or thrown away entirely. talk to us about some of the best ways to give at the same time helping yourself with a tax deduction. >> first of all americans are generous. 2% of their income they give regardless. revenues are down because we have been through a recession. but they continue to give. it's that generosity of spirit that we continue to see through sandy and all the rest. there are a couple of things you have to know. you have to itemize on your tax return. it has to go to a qualified nonprofit. if you are giving food to people that need it you can't deduct that because it's to an individual, it has to be a qualified nonprofit. you need a receipt if are giving away $250 or more. if it is over $5,000 you need an appraisal. you need to consider the fair market value. if you are giving away clothes, it's not like what you paid for what they are basically worth. you can get receipts for stuff and money. there is a lot of different ways to do it. >> gregg: i too
it or not, the fiscal cliff. huge spending cuts and tax hikes, but president obama wants to raise taxes on rich americans. how about sitting with voters? instead of raising tax rates on the american people and accepting the damage it will do to our economy, let's start to actually solve the problem. now let's focus on tax reform that closes special interest loopholes and lowers tax rates. you know what? and it won't kill the country if we raises taxes on millionaires a little bit. it really won't. i don't think. i need to rethink the core of my portfolio. what i really need is sleep. introducing the ishares core, building blocks for the heart of your portfolio. find out why 9 out of 10 large professional investors choose ishares for their etfs. ishares by blackrock. call 1-800-ishares for a prospectus which includes investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. read and consider it carefully before investing. risk includes possible loss of principal. ♪ >> welcome back, time for a quick check of the headlines, pope benedict xvi presiding over the ceremony today. to elevate six n
concerns as, do, frankly most c.e.o.'s. should we tumble over the fiscal cliff, the concerns are the impact that will have first and for most on the consumer. i saw it could take $200 billion out of the consumer evidence that is bad. taxes will be jacked up and membership less and a bunch of bad second --. >>neil: what if it is a deal it is disproportional tax hikes. >>guest: the question would, whose income is affected? who is seeing the faction hikes? are those the people that are spending money on day-to-day stuff? >>neil: so, a hike on the well to do would have less impact, is limited to the well-to-do than everyone, right? >>guest: for most consumer facing companies, they would say, yes, that is probably true. the effect that has on the long term in terms of capital formation is different, but if you are asking, short, short-term, macroeconomic effect, that is what is first and foremost and the other thing is our health care system is broken. >>neil: in your business that is more paramount. >>guest: we fowl we can be part of the solution to that because things like obesity are signific
cliff, saying the threat -- fiscal cliff saying this could drive people to spend less this holiday season if congress does not act by the end of the year, everybody will owe more in taxes come next april and that most certainly could affect people's spending habits now. >> i think it means they are not spending as much as they would because they still don't know what is gonna happen. >> congress only has 35 days to come to an agreement on deficit reduction. if they don't, automatic tax increases and spending cuts will go into effect january 1st. both parties say they are ready to compromise but still no real progress has been made. >>> 7:33. one bay area hospital demanding to be reimbursed by the los angeles dodgers for the treatment it gave to bryan stow, the giants' fan brutally beaten in l.a. brian flores is live at san francisco general hospital with more. >> reporter: hi, dave. san francisco general hospital is seeking a $1.2 million medical reimbursement from the dodgers for medical care of bryan stow. the hospital went to -- hospital went to u.s. bankruptcy court in order to
a favorable external environment, meaning u.s. not going into this deep due to the fiscal cliff. and also signs of improvement in asia. >> meanwhile the french pmi says the survey there suggests a 0.7% gdp drop in quarter 4 for france. >> that seems quite large. we've seen in recent quarters numbers out of front which were higher than suggested by the pmis, however, they then revised down q2. so i'm looking for a contraction of 0.3 in france quarter on quarter in q4. >> what's going to change things, ricardo, what will turn things around? >> i think on the policy front, not much one can effect. fiscal policy will remain tight next year. the ecb doesn't have a huge margin to ease policy. i'm expecting that they will cut the refinancing rate. but i don't think it will go to negative rates for now. so they can only do perhaps 25 basis points on the main refinancing rate. the omt bond buying facility can only be activated if one of the countries apply. and it doesn't look like neither spain nor italy will apply anytime soon. and anyway the bond yields have declined quite a bit compared to jul
what happens with the fiscal cliff showdown. this is going to be a strong opportunity for him to go to bat for poor people. he is going to say, we are going to make sure we are caring for poor people. this isn't just a anybonebulous conversation for a family that includes donald trump. i think how this conversation turns out and how he fights for really the people in the very bottom is going to be telling about how he works on poverty moving forward. >> are we going to see that amazing coalition that came together in november begin to fracture or will it stay together in order to press the president towards the left? >> like aishia says, if you can get the upper echelon of america to pay their fair share, that would be a good start. a little bit more, you might have trouble with that. the fair share, you might have a good swinging shot at. in the first time, a lot of people might have thought the president had an attitude of not working across the aisle and he who cares the least has the most power. and shooing people away. >> it is the used car definition of bargaining. >> if you c
didn't talk about is the fiscal cliff if that comes that's more than $650 billion in tax increases combined with spending cuts that would send us back into a recession. many fear we would become europe in a matter of speaking. >> here is the interesting part, i think, pete dupont concludes that he says that this recent election proves that the country has become more liberal. that's how he interprets what happened in the most recent election. we would love to hear from you if that's your take away from it. he thinks we are headed in the path of europe and become more liberal. there are many other explanations we have heard since election night. maybe people just the incouple bent always holds an advantage. maybe people don't like change. who knows. but that's his theory is that the country has just become more liberal. >> let us know what you think. friends@foxnews.com email address or find us on twitter ff weekend. don't forget our great facebook page also. if you are a facebooker go there as well. here. >> here are your headlines. police are searching for a man accused of walking
sending the country off the fiscal cliff. congress has 45 days to come to an agreement on deficit reduction and if they don't spending cuts will go into effect january 31st. both sides are willing to compromise. >>> it is my decision to put them down and violate the pledge, long story short only if democrats will do entitlement reform. >> the key sticking point is what 0 do -- to do about taxes. they want to raise taxes and republicans don't want to. they are willing to cap certain deductions. >>> and perspective police officers, you can start applying for jobs at the san francisco police department this morning and they will start accepting applications for entry level police officers. eligible application cans have to be at least 20 years old, have a valid california driver's license and high school diploma or equivalent. it will end on friday december 7th and the starting pay for a san francisco police officer is 88,000 dollars a year. well for the san francisco 49ers there are quarterback questions all over again. it happened for the second straight game for the quarterback a
and certainly the discussion about the fiscal cliff in washington, d.c. >> now, just so people are clear here, the federal government will assume 93% of the costs of medicaid expansion from 2014 to 2022, that share will decline slightly after that. but this is a pretty good deal in terms of the amount of people you can get covered for the amount of money that you as a state are going to have to pay. after the decision, there was a lot of debate about basically will republican governors be that craven to turn away the money for the sake of political posturing, and a lot of people said, no, way, obviously they're going to come in line. as a person who ran cms, if you're surprised by these decisions or more or less what you're expecting. >> i'm surprised. it did take six or seven years, i think, when medicaid was first passed for all the states to sign on and we may be in some process like that. but it just doesn't make sense to leave this money on the table. these patients don't go away. a state that chooses not to participate in the medicaid expansion still has to somehow meet the needs of tho
.3 million americans out of poverty including 620,000 children. when you think about fiscal cliffs, you should know there's none worse than the fall into poverty. >> you should know the perils of corporate journalism are usually not as obvious as pleasing advertisers and politicians. the most powerful constraints are mundane and insidious. that said, you should know that principal journalists can let their audience know on occasion when something is afoot. that happened in bangor, maine, when a local news anchor team surprised their audience and bosses by resigning on air. >> on behalf of cindy and me, we have loved every moment bringing the news to you and coming into the homes with your stories of the community and the state and some recent developments have come to auour attention and departing together is the best alternative we can take. >> both declined to offer specifics, but he told the news he wanted to know i was being honest and ethical as a journalist. i thought there were times when i wasn't able to do that. all right. i want to find out what you guys think our audience sho
about fiscal cliffs, there's known worse than the fall into poverty. you should know the perils of corporate journalism, the most powerful con -- you should know that principal journalists let their audience know when something is afoot. that's what happened in maine when an anchor team resigned on air. >> on behalf of cindy and me, we have loved every moment bringing the news to you and coming into the homes with your stories and the community and state and some recent developments have come to our attention and departing together is the best action we can take. >> they declined to offer specifics, but said "i just wanted them to know i was being honest and ethical as a journalist and there were times when i wasn't able to do that." want to find out what you guys think our audience should know? >> the first thing is that 98% of the american should have tax relief and democrats and republicans, the president and house and senate agree on that. it's the 2% we don't agree on, and the republicans could hold up tax release for 98% of americans. i think the public also needs to know
and february. >>> on wall street stocks finished flat after a warning about a the fiscal cliff. dow closed down about 7 points. >> thousands of people will enjoy a turkey dinner this thanksgiving thanks to the generosity of a family owned restaurant. >> happy thanksgiving. >> for the fifth year in a row the 1515 restaurant staged their free turkey give away today. the family along with friends and other businesses handed out 2000 turkeys. they raise money through an annual golf tournament and get help from the community. >> we're blessed. we've been very fortunate through our lives. if we can give back, that's why we do it. >> the volunteers distributed the turkeys at the restaurant. >> all around the bay we've been seeing some rain. according to our chief meteorologist bill martin this is not the main event. >> just the stuff ahead of the front. the moisture out there is low level moisture bumping up against the coastal hills. making the roadways wet as you go into this afternoon commute. the real rain is not coming till 10:00, 11:00 tonight. we're looking at showers. couple live radars going
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